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Why these New York-based artist-chefs left the city for a small town to pursue a passion project

Hudson, USA – Hannah Black and Carla Perez Gallardo’s story proves that for creatives, a move to a smaller town is not always driven by a desire to reconnect with nature.

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Museums are getting back in action. Here are seven design exhibitions now open around the world

The exhibition-going experience is markedly different than it was six months ago due to COVID-19, but these institutions are adapting so that design lovers can visit their spaces.

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Luxury will reach new extremes, and hoteliers shouldn’t run hotels, say #FrameLive panellists

Does the travel industry need to hit the reset button? How can hotels serve locals as well as tourists? Will the middle-market disappear? We discussed post-pandemic hospitality during our third …

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Sculpture or architecture? This immersive Chinese pop-up museum reframes the exhibition experience

Beijing – Mandalas Pop-up Digital Art Museum, designed by One Take Architects, is a labyrinth-like structure that seeks to ‘create new relationships between people and space’.

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What’s in store for the future of retail? Join our upcoming #FrameLive post-pandemic design talk

Join leaders from De Bijenkorf, Specific Generic and Liganova to discuss whether shops can be safe spaces.

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This Costa Rican jungle resort overlooking the sea exemplifies ‘slow hospitality’

Costa Rica – Art Villas Costa Rica is a collection of Formafatal-designed villas aimed at combining the adventure and thrill of the outdoors with the comforts of luxury hospitality.

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In China, musings on the bookstore of the future are far from over

Changshu, China – In reimagining the bookshop for tomorrow, Mur Mur Lab starkly juxtaposes old and new.

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Why we went silent yesterday

In light of the recent shocking events, we have taken a moment to pause and take stock of our own values and priorities. 

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Is the construction industry set to embrace mass timber?

‘Within five years, or a little less, the question “should this be a mass-timber project?” will be confronting most commercial projects.’

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Best Of: multi-generational homes showcasing integrated living

Here are four houses from Amsterdam to Tokyo that use spatial design to help different generations live together long term.

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This restaurant group’s agile workspace in Hong Kong incorporates ‘front-of-house’ spaces

Hong Kong – Bean Buro designed an ‘agile, sociable and paperless’ work environment for Jardine Restaurant Group in Hong Kong. 

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DDAA brings Danish and Japanese design culture under one roof for Bang & Olufsen’s Tokyo flagship

Tokyo – Interior symbols of the Scandinavian brand’s heritage and the history of the 1960 Ginza site serve to create a living-room-like space for customers to feel at home in.

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